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How can you find files name 'xyz' under directories name 'abc'?

something like this....but its not working.

find . -type d -name 'abc' -exec find {} -type f -name 'xyz' \;

find . -not -path 'abc' -prune -o -type f -name 'xyz'

I can't just find files based on their name alone, b/c multiple directories NOT named 'abc' will have a file w/ the name 'xyz'

  • think I actually got it. find . -type f -name "xyz" -path "abc" – veilig Aug 5 '14 at 0:37
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I think you could do

root@localhost:~# find /home/ -type f -name 'authorized_keys' -path '*/.ssh/*'

where

  • .ssh is your directory abc
  • authorized_keys is your file name xyz
  • /home/ is your starting directory .

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